The main Gastroenterology Fellowship is a fully accredited three-year fellowship in gastroenterology. This training program draws upon the resources of two affiliated campuses: The Mount Sinai Hospital and the Bronx VA Medical Center. Fellows receive training based on a core curriculum in clinical gastroenterology and hepatology, including endoscopy and special procedures. There are subspecialty rotations that expose fellows specifically in inflammatory bowel disease, gastrointestinal cancer, motility, and nutrition. The Fellowship also provides an opportunity to focus on a sub-specialty area of interest. A strong emphasis is placed on conducting clinical and/or basic research during fellowship training.
For fellows who have completed their standard 3-year training, the GI Division also offers two, one-year advanced training fellowships: Advanced Endoscopy and the Present/Levison Advanced Fellowship in Inflammatory Bowel Disease.